Adrian began playing lacrosse for a small box lacrosse organization in a suburb of Toronto when he was 10 years old and immediately fell in love with the game. From there he continued to play box lacrosse and eventually began playing field lacrosse when he attended St. Michael's College School in downtown Toronto. From there he went on to continue his education and playing career at Robert Morris University where he was a 4 year started while obtaining a degree in business management. He currently works at Total Quality Logistics in Pittsburgh and coaches for Pine Richland's Youth Program, Low and Away as well as Edge Canada.
Adrian began playing box lacrosse, but eventually made the transition to field lacrosse where he played Attack. He was a three year starter at St. Michael's College School and went on to win the provincial championship once along with three consecutive runner-up finishes. He also played on Edge Canada's 2014 travel team, as well as Team Ontario's field lacrosse team that saw a second place and first place finish nationally in Canada. He then made the transition to collegiate lacrosse where he was a four year starter for Robert Morris University and saw the program go from a 3-11 season his freshman year to a historical best 13-5 season and Robert Morris' first NEC Championship and NCAA tournament appearance.
Adrian loves to give back to the game that has given so much to him, and has been coaching for over 6 years now. He has coached skill session's for Next Level Lacrosse based out of Toronto in his summers back home and helped coach Mt. Lebanon's youth program in his Freshman and Sophomore years at RMU. Since his Junior season at RMU he has been coaching for Pine Richland's youth program which he continues to do, and additionally coached Edge Canada's 2020 team in multiple recruiting tournaments in the summer of 2018.
I believe that when playing the game of lacrosse, its not just about being a great player but rather being a great person and teammate. At the end of the day, scoring goals and making big plays is awesome, but what will your teammates, coaches, competitors and fans remember you by? It's the way you carry yourself that leaves a lasting impression. Therefore I believe that it is important to foster an environment that is fun, competitive and challenging so that my players can improve their skills on the field and become better people off of it.
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DIRECTOR OF HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS
DIRECTOR OF MIDDLE SCHOOL TEAMS
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